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Domaine Bruno Clair Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Les Cazetiers 2014 750ml
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Domaine Bruno Clair Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Les Cazetiers Pinot Noir 2014

Gevrey Chambertin - Cote De Nuits - Burgundy - France

Professional Wine Reviews for Domaine Bruno Clair Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Les Cazetiers Pinot Noir 2014

Rated 93 by Robert Parker
The 2014 Gevrey Chambertin 1Er Cru Cazetiers has a wonderful bouquet with mineral-rich black and red fruit; it is very focused and animated at first and then, with just a few swirls, it calms down and becomes very composed and refined. The palate is medium-bodied with candied orange peel and a smudge of vanilla on the entry. There is a core of blood orange at the center of this Cazetiers and though there is still some oak to be absorbed, it should evolve into a winning Gevrey-Chambertin.
Rated 92 by Decanter
Bright medium red. Cool, slightly medicinal aromas of cherry, raspberry and menthol. Densely packed, suave and seamless, with distinctly darker flavors than the Petite Chapelle. Best today on the building, perfumed back end, which shows considerable class and an impression of weightlessness. (Vinous)
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Varietal: Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is one of the planet's most widely grown and enjoyed grape varietals, and thanks to the popularity of the key wines it is associated with – Burgundy and Champagne – it has successfully spread from its native home in France to much of the wine producing world. Pinot Noir means 'black pine' in French, and this refers to the extremely dark, inky color of the fruit, and the fact that it grows in conical bunches, resembling a large pine cone. It has long been revered for its wide range of refreshing, summery flavors, and the fact that it produces red wines of a beautiful garnet color and light body. More recently, sparkling wines made exclusively with Pinot Noir have been extremely popular, and the orchard notes found in the fizzy 'blanc des noirs' wines mark out just how versatile this grape varietal really is. Despite being notoriously difficult to grow, it isn't hard to see why this grape is now found in vineyards all over the world, as it is synonymous with romance and decadence, quality and fantastic flavor

Region: Burgundy

There are few more famous wine regions in the world than Burgundy, and this special area has given much to raise the profile of fine French wines around the world. Although most commonly associated with excellent quality red wines made with the Pinot Noir varietal, this region is home to several red and white varietals and produces and impressive range of wines, from still to sparkling, dry to sweet, full bodied and aged, and from to light and drinkable. The region of Burgundy has been producing excellent wines for centuries, with much evidence to suggest that the ancient Gauls were the first to cultivate the native vines which flourish here in the warm summers, and on the excellent soil fed by local rivers. This type of heritage has led to a wine industry highly unique, deeply traditional, and with an exquisite reputation to uphold.

Country: France

France is renowned across the globe for its quality wines and the careful expertise which goes into making them, but what is truly remarkable about this relatively small country is the vast range of wines it produces in such huge amounts each year. Not only are the finest red wines in the world said to come from the beautiful regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy, but elsewhere in the country we find the Champagne region, and areas such as the Rhone Valley and the Loire, whose white wines consistently receive awards and accolades by the plenty. This range is a result of the great variety of climatic conditions and terrain found in France, coupled with generations of wine makers working within single appellations. Their knowledge of specific terroirs and grape varieties has, over time, perfected the production of wines within their region, and the end results continue to impress the world to this day.